Er so... as many know Mia's agility class dwindled down to her and one other dog. The school has a rule that 3 dogs must be in a class for the class to still be held. So we were put on hiatus until they could combine us with another class. Summer's class restarted fine with 4 dogs returning from the pre-agility. Then suddenly we're down to Summer and one other dog now. So my trainer asks me and Avi (dog in Mia's class) owner if we wanted to combine with the other class. I said sure then realized we'd be combining with Summer's class. They usually don't allow one handler to have multiples in one class except I do know some of the competition level class are running more than one dog. At any rate, I'm going to try it for the remaining weeks. Summer's class has just done the first pre-Agility class. Mia's class is 12 weeks beyond that. So she said we'd be altering the exercises for Summer and the other dog (I forget his name) and then Mia and Avi will get more complicated stuff. Anyways, I've done two dogs in one rally class before and it was fine. But it was sitting down and waiting your turn to go whereas in agility we do more activities where everyone is working at once (although not as much now). I asked the trainer if she thought it would present problems for us and she just said that it would make me have to run more. I'm a little concerned they will bark the first few weeks while they're waiting their turns in the kennel. But maybe it will give me an opportunity to work one in the kennel more. I do think there is another pre-agility class that just started out so if this doesn't work out maybe I can hold summer back a session and stick her in there. Any tips?